Copying styles between documents and templates


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Copying styles between documents and templates

Although you can create style set to use in other documents, there may be times that you only need to copy one or two styles and you don't need the entire set. One of the main reasons I find I need to copy a style is if it's new. And although when it was created the option was checked for all new documents based upon this template, the key word here is new: only new documents based upon that template will contain the style--not documented previously created. This means you have to copy the new style to pre-existing documents when needed.

Another reason is is if I have more than one style that I need to add to the Normal template. The Style Organizer is a fantastic tool to use when copying styles. It's just a bit buried from view, so let's un-bury it. Before we copy any new styles, let's take a look at what's already in our Normal template by default--or you or someone else may have added to your computer. Let's start by opening up a new document. Ctrl+N on your...

Copying styles between documents and templates
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Copying styles between documents and templates provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Mariann Siegert as part of the Word 2010: Styles in Depth

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Business
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